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Information Morning Moncton with Jonna Brewer

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CBC Information Morning Moncton

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Jonna Brewer has been with the CBC since 1988, starting as an editorial assistant in the national radio newsroom in Toronto after graduating from the University of King's College. A native Maritimer who was ready to move anywhere, it was a happy coincidence when a reporting job opened in Moncton.

Jonna has done many jobs during her years at CBC Moncton, from reporter to executive producer, news announcer and now host of Information Morning. Her passion for story telling has never waned and she says there is no shortage of stories to tell, nor a shortage of fascinating people to talk to, in New Brunswick.



Have a story to tell? Get in touch! Send a tweet to @JonnaBrewerCBC or send an email.

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Vanessa Blanch joined CBC in 2000 after graduating from the University of Kings College in Halifax and her career has taken her from coast to coast. She has worked as a reporter, news editor, host and producer in Fredericton, Prince Rupert and Moncton. She loves the daily challenge of delivering the news to Information Morning Moncton listeners and is also an award-winning documentary maker.


Vanessa grew up next door in Amherst, Nova Scotia and has been happy to call Moncton home since 2006. She loves people, politics and being a Mom. You can reach her at vanessa.blanch@cbc.ca

Downtown centre debacle

Posted by Danny Deveau

Finger pointing continues between the province and the federal government over funding for the proposed downtown centre. As the final deadline approaches MLA Victor Boudreau and MP Robert Goguen blame each other for holding back the money.

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Sold out soccer

Posted by Danny Deveau

Venue general manager, Stephane Delisle, says transportation to the weekend's Women's World Cup doubleheader went smoothly and 13,000 FIFA fans took in some of the best soccer they've seen.

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Bricklin turns 40

Posted by Danny Deveau

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Resurgo Place in Moncton is celebrating the birthday of the sports car that was manufactured in New Brunswick this Saturday. One of the few remaining Bricklin cars will be there. (Photo: Chris LeBlanc, Bricklin owner)

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Financial literacy

Posted by Danny Deveau

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Our personal finance columnist Dan Noel talks about a national strategy to improve the financial literacy of Canadians and shares tips on where we should start.

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FIFA boost for business

Posted by Danny Deveau

Cab drivers, restaurants and retailers are all enjoying the financial boost the FIFA Women's World Cup is bringing to the city. Reporter Marc Genuist brings us that story.

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Role models for struggling students

Posted by Danny Deveau

"Learning Outside the Box" columnist, Rebecca Bulmer, says children with learning disabilities are encouraged by stories of celebrities who have also struggled with learning.

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Transportation troubles

Posted by Danny Deveau

FIFA fan, Darren Blois, was frustrated by the long line up to get into the Women's World Cup games in Moncton but the first two games didn't disappoint despite the delays.

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FIFA fans subdued

Posted by Danny Deveau

Globe and Mail columnist, John Doyle, says women's soccer is an exciting sport and he hopes people in Moncton find more enthusiasm for the FIFA Women's World Cup games.

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Affordable tutoring

Posted by Danny Deveau

Amanda Pooley started an affordable tutoring program for families in Moncton whose children need the extra help but they can't afford the average hourly rate.

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